Bolboreta (bolboreta) wrote in linguaphiles,

French help: interrogative imperative sentences.

This might be a long shot, but I have to retake a French exam, and the last time I took it there was an exercise I couldn't solve which involved transforming sentences in four steps. The first one was changing the direct and indirect objects for pronouns, which is easy enough. Then we had to change the verb into the imperative, and then the negative imperative. I'm ok up to this point, but transformation number four was changing the result of number three into a question. How does an interrogative imperative negative sentence with two pronouns look like in French? I couldn't figure out how to do such a thing in Spanish, and I'm not even sure it exists in French, but it was what the exercise was asking us to do.

Thanks in advance!

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